In this series let’s look at the olden ways of getting rid of exfoliating the skin with natural and holistic soaps.
Let’s go back in Krishna’s era; when supreme personality of Godhead Lord Shri Krishna Himself appeared on earth. In Bhagwat puran it is clearly mentioned that baby Krishna was given a bath with cow’s urine and dung after he killed the demon Putana who fed the baby Krishna with her poisonous milk. This shows that in ancient times people considered cows to be so sacred that even their urine and dung was considered to be pure.
Modern research has already proven that Cow dung has many antibacterial and other therapeutic properties which when used on skin can not only help it to keep health but also increase the glow of the skin.

The soaps made of cow dung also



contain natural herbs such as Neem, Camphor etc that makes it holistic and perfectly natural product whose use has perfectly no side effects of the health of skin. This soap also contain MULATANI MITTI , an excellent exfoliater of dead skin. What more it also opens up the fine pores below the root hairs enable skin to breath naturally and thus saving it from various skin diseases.

What more the cow dung soaps are environmental friendly and completely biodegradable substances.

Last but not the least using a cow dung soaps saves our economy and supports cow protection. The multinational companies with the sole aim of making huge bucks advertise against cow dung soaps calling them to be impure and unclean claiming them to be produced of animal excreta. But the truth is other way round the so called modern day soaps contain dangerously harmful chemicals which causes various kinds of skin allergies and skin diseases that are often difficult to cure.

Effect of chemical soap can be experienced in daily life too; as long term usage of chemical soaps causes the skin to lose its natural glow and closes the fine pores of our skin.

So I most humbly request you all to give it a thought and turn your attention to the usage of cow dung soaps.

-Jai Gau Mata

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